Sagittarius

Tea type
Fruit Oolong Blend
Ingredients
Not available
Flavors
Berry, Chalk, Chemical, Cinnamon, Citrus Zest, Ginger, Medicinal, Orange, Orange Zest, Spices, Sweet, Caramel, Citrus, Creamy, Floral, Fruity, Juicy, Pomegranate, Smooth, Vanilla
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Caffeine
Medium
Certification
Organic
Edit tea info Last updated by Cameron B.
Average preparation
200 °F / 93 °C 3 min, 0 sec 16 oz / 473 ml

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  • “Sipdown! (33 | 394) Sad to say, another one from Magic Hour that sounded good but I didn’t end up loving… Mostly I think it’s the orange oil – it’s quite sharp and has that “essential oil” taste to...” Read full tasting note
  • “This one also has Rhodelia Rosea. I was looking forward to this one as the last blend, and was curious. I’m surprised that it went in the direction of oolong, and a gaba one. Actually, this is one...” Read full tasting note
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From Magic Hour

Tea for Bold Vision and to Attract the Generous Gifts of Jupiter

Pomegranate-ginger merges into a fruit-cake tea (the good kind!). This potion is then scented with sublime vanilla beans, caramel cream, sunny orange essential oil, sun-dried oranges, warming ginger, sexy cinnamon, and finally kissed by Rhodiola Rosea, nature’s pinnacle mood booster. Calming, Warming, Expansive, Fun—this tea is SO SAG!

Ingredients:
Gaba Oolong
Organic Madagascar Vanilla Beans
Organic Ceylon Cinnamon
Organic Ginger Root
Organic Sun-dried Oranges
Organic Rhodiola Rosea
Naturally-extracted Pomegranate
Natural Flavor Extracts of Caramel & Cream
Essential Oil of Orange & Vanilla Bean

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Sipdown! (33 | 394)

Sad to say, another one from Magic Hour that sounded good but I didn’t end up loving…

Mostly I think it’s the orange oil – it’s quite sharp and has that “essential oil” taste to it. That plus the pomegranate reads a bit medicinal to me. It’s worth nothing though, I often have trouble with berry flavorings tasting a bit chalky to me, and I’m getting that with the pomegranate here. The cinnamon is sweet and pleasant, I’m surprised that I don’t taste much vanilla given there were large pieces of vanilla bean in the mix. It is a tiny bit spice cakey, which makes sense given the fruitcake description. Caramel though? I’m not tasting it.

So yeah, not a winner for me unfortunately. That orange essential oil just takes over and it makes me feel a bit like I’m drinking either medicine or a cleaning product. Sigh, Magic Hour and I don’t seem to be a good match so far.

Flavors: Berry, Chalk, Chemical, Cinnamon, Citrus Zest, Ginger, Medicinal, Orange, Orange Zest, Spices, Sweet

Preparation
200 °F / 93 °C 3 min, 0 sec 3 tsp 16 OZ / 473 ML
Daylon R Thomas

That might be a very good thing for your wallet lol

Cameron B.

Very true ha ha.

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This one also has Rhodelia Rosea. I was looking forward to this one as the last blend, and was curious. I’m surprised that it went in the direction of oolong, and a gaba one. Actually, this is one of the weirdest blends of flavors I’ve had. It’s interesting that this one was thrown together after a dance party, and I was weirded out by the orange oil and pomegranate combo with cinnamon and ginger. Fortunately, it’s weirdly balanced and more on the fruity and creamy end. The cinnamon adds a slight kick, and the ginger adds more dimension to the orange and vanilla. The caramel is noticeable, but really just glues the other flavors together to prevent them crashing. I also tumbler styles a teaspoon of this tea, and I could rebrew and let the leaves sit four times over.

The description goes for fruit cake, but I don’t totally get that because it’s a lot creamier than fruit cake. It gives some Christmas vibes off for sure, but it’s hard to put my finger on it. I actually really like that for a Sagittarius, especially defying labels and commitment.

On the foolish buying into the marketing and health benefits stuff, the Rhodelia Rosea is one that may be helpful for diabetics, which is interesting. Some of the studies on it are limited, but there are some out there compared to placebos for lowering blood sugar and depressive disorders, so it’s in my ballpark of needs. On the other end, I would make this a gift or a one time sample. $13 for an oz is on the higher end for sure, and while the Gaba base is usually in the $8 range for an oz, I can see some justification for the added ingredients. However, I wouldn’t frequently get this one, but I’d definitely like some on hand. It’s also one of the stronger astrology teas for my preference anyway.

I’ve got more of their teas to review from a massive order, so there’s going to be a bunch of notes on the bougie So Cal company. I’m currently rating this one around 85, though I see it going into the 90s.

Flavors: Caramel, Cinnamon, Citrus, Creamy, Floral, Fruity, Juicy, Pomegranate, Smooth, Sweet, Vanilla

Nattie

Did somebody say astrology and depression? Suddenly appears in a cloud of smoke

Daylon R Thomas

Yeah, the main downside is the marketing. Very So Cal and health benefit driven. The teas are very good and original, which is why I’ve been buying them.

Nattie

It’s a shame when the marketing does the tea a disservice

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